Wednesday, December 10, 2008

The Nester's Show and Tell

Nester is hosting a Garland Show and Tell at her place today. I'm gonna have to make this one quick since my house is a wreck, we're hosting Mr. Jones' work party at our house this Friday, and I'm working this week. I'm also using last year's photos because I can't take pictures because I lost my camera battery charger!! I'm dying. Can't find it anywhere. Can't take pictures of ANYTHING. I will snap over this one thing, people.

So anyway, I think the banister garland is better this year because I found some beautiful ribbon, but the most important detail is the same ... pictures of my kiddos. Every year I add little frames with their pictures from the year. Take a look ...




Now, if I can find my battery charger, I'll show you some updated photos. Thanks for stopping by!

13 comments:

Denise K. said...

Oh your banister looks so pretty! I love the cute picture frames and the pretty purple colors! just gorgeous! :-)

Marci said...

HI! I came over from the Nesting Place. Your garland is very pretty. I like the picture frames. Great idea. Your blog is adoreable.

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I love your garland. It's so lush and pretty. The photo's make it absolutely adorable!

The Nester said...

It looks marvelous!

Kim@ForeverWherever.com said...

I really like the photos in the garland! That's so nice!
Have a wonderful Christmas!
-Kim

Half of the Style Sisters said...

very fun idea to add the photos in frames to the garland. Love it.

ceekay said...

love the precious photos in those adorable frames.

An Accomplished Woman said...

Your garland looks so pretty. Love it and your blog.

Erika said...

Love the Idea of the photos, and the frames are wonderful!

Lisa said...

nice, Mrs J..Bout time you get your bloggin arse out and around! We have missed our little Heather girl.
Lisa
coastal nest

Amy said...

It looks great! I love the picture frame idea - how fun!

Kathy said...

Your garland is so pretty! I LOVE the picture frames with the kids pictures in them! GREAT idea!

Sarah @ ThriftyDecorChick said...

I love the pictures in the garland! I never answered you FOREVER ago about the crown molding...NO it is not hard to do, if you have the corner pieces!! You may need another person there to help you get it up to nail it in, but it's NOT hard...you just need some time and a little patience. :)

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